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Anna M. Caballero

 

Anna M. Caballero

Anna Marie Caballero
Member of the California State Assembly
from the 28th district
In office
December 4, 2006[1] – November 30, 2010
Preceded by Simon Salinas
Succeeded by Luis Alejo
Personal details
Born (1955-04-18) April 18, 1955 (age 59)
Nationality American
Political party Democratic
Spouse(s) Juan Uranga
Children Three[2]
Alma mater University of California, San Diego
Profession Politician, Lawyer

Anna Marie Caballero (born April 18, 1955)[2] is Secretary of the California State and Consumer Services Agency. She was appointed by Governor Jerry Brown on March 22, 2011. She was a Democratic member of the California State Assembly who was elected to serve the 28th Assembly district in November 2006 and ran unopposed in 2008.[3] Caballero ran for a seat in the California State Senate and lost her election bid in 2010.[4] Caballero had served as Mayor and a Council member of Salinas, California prior to election to the Assembly.

Born to a family of copper miners, Ms. Caballero moved to the Caballero, Matcham & McCarthy, in 1982 to provide low cost legal service. The business received several awards. Caballero was recognized with the Athena Award for entrepreneurial excellence.

Caballero served on the Planning Commission and was later elected to the Salinas City Council in 1991. She was then elected mayor in 1998. As Mayor, she carefully navigated Salinas through budgetary problems and managed to keep Salinas's libraries open through a donations program. Caballero won elected to the State Assembly in 2006.

Caballero has also served as the Executive Director of Partners for Peace, a nonprofit organization dedicated to bringing the community together to prevent gang violence and focus on literacy, early childhood education, and providing services to families. Caballero is also a wife and mother. Her husband, Juan Uranga, is the Director of the Center for Community Advocacy in Salinas.

Caballero ran for the California State Senate in 2010 to replace term limited Jeff Denham .

References

External links

  • California Rural Legal Assistance
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